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Ruby syntax highlighting - Change color of %i and %I symbol array literal elements according to symbol color #1879

themilkman opened this Issue Feb 12, 2019 · 0 comments


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themilkman commented Feb 12, 2019

maybe there is a way to get this without changing the Ruby.sublime-syntax for all (I'd be glad for any instructions) but I don't understand the .sublime-syntax format yet, nor do I know how to override the file locally (if possible).

So, what do wish?

%i[foo bar]
# => [:foo, :bar]

Here, the :foo symbol is colored purple. Elements of the %i(foo) are yellow as if they'd be strings. I'd love to have those elements to be purple to show, what they actually are.

While of course Elements of

# => ["foobar"]

shall keep yellow as they are strings.

Thanks for any idea!

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